"Phillip" == Phillip Hallam-Baker <hallam(_at_)gmail(_dot_)com> writes:
Phillip> If we are ever going to get a handle on Internet time we
Phillip> need to get rid of the arbitrary correction factors
Phillip> introduced by leap seconds.
Phillip> The problems caused by leap seconds are that they make it
Phillip> impossible for two machines to know if they are referring
Phillip> to the same point in future time and quite often introduce
Phillip> errors in the present.
Can you tell me which protocols use future timestamps in an moving form
(not stored at rest in a certificate in a DANE RR, for instance), which
care about discrepancies of less than 1 minute?
I'm asking for information.
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